It is important to water your plants when you see the soil is dry. Water is taken up through the roots from the soil. Plants use this water to carry moisture and nutrients back and forth between the roots and leaves. Water should be given in moderate quantity as per the requirement of your plants. Too little or too much water can be harmful.



Plants need sunlight to prepare food by the process of photosynthesis. The quality, time, and intensity of sunlight affect a plant's growth. Do not put the plant under direct sunlight. Keep it them in a well-lit room which gives them enough light.


Fertilise every one to two months depending on your plant. Always make sure you have information about your plant as so many indoor plants vary. 

Fresh & Clean Air

Fresh and clean air is a must for healthy growing plants. If air is polluted due to any reason, be it smoke, gases or other pollutants, it will harm your plants, limiting their ability to inhale carbon dioxide for making their food by the process of photosynthesis.


If your plant is drying out every few days or stops growing, it may need repotting. Check the roots by gently removing the pot. Roots that are crowded, growing together, or circling the pot need repotting.


Plants need room to grow and flourish. Both the roots and foliage need enough space to enjoy a good air flow and sunlight. Overcrowding of plants or not providing them enough space will restrict their growth and increase the chances of suffering from disease.

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